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Study, read this, attend Open Meeting in Lerner 510, study.

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Emmy Award-winning poet Suzen Baraka shares creative wisdom and facilitates a space for sharing and reflection in the latest installment of Barnard’s MeMoSa series.

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An artistic critique of things my roommates have left in our apartment.

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Five seconds of reading, one hour of meeting, a lifetime of memories.

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Staff Writer Grace Novarr attended the School of the Arts’ showcase of two of its notable alumni, Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge and Campbell McGrath. 

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Bwog has more important things to say about pigeons.

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Staff Writer Julia Tolda attended “The Fifth Annual Alumni Poetry Reading”, the event’s first-ever online edition. She writes about the breathtaking experience below. (Content warnings: death, suicide.) 

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As I entered Barnard’s Sulzberger Parlor I had three consecutive thoughts: this room is pretty, I’m tired, and I look and feel like a drowned rat. Underneath all this, I was excited, I love poetry, but it was a dismal Thursday night, I’d had classes all day, and there are midterms that I still have […]

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Last night, new Guest Writer Gabriella Phillip attended the most recent Women Poets at Barnard reading, featuring Lynn Emanuel and Patricia Spears Jones. The two poets both read and discussed a diverse selection of their original poetry. Lynn Emanuel, who currently teaches at the University of Pittsburgh, started the evening by reading a few of […]

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Bernadette Mayer is a stream-of-consciousness poet and writer from Brooklyn. Last night, she came to speak at Columbia for “A Reading and Conversation with Bernadette Mayer,” sponsored by the Heyman Center for the Humanities. Bwog sent Daily Editor and poetry enthusiast Lila Etter to listen. Not only has Bernadette Mayer written over 27 collections of poetry; she […]

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Republican Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz may hold some inhumane opinions, but he did attempt to help his half sister who was addicted to painkillers. (NY Times) At the New York International Automobile Show currently happening on Manhattan, Jaguar revealed plans for a remake of the 1950’s XKSS. (Wall Street Journal) Evidence shows that Shakespeare’s skull […]

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